This ranch consists of 3,100+/- acres. plus 640 acres state land. The hand hewn custom log home has a wrap around, multi level deck, heated pool, hot tub and sauna. The home has 3 bedrooms, a loft and 2 bathrooms, a great room with vaulted ceiling & large windows to take in the views. This is a great place to get away from it all. The views from the home are... View Details   Visit Website
Approx 990 deeded acres grassland at NE corner of Hwy 87 and Mailbox Rd, 9 miles NW of Shepherd, 13 miles N of Billings. Contains seasonal Crooked Creek and two seasonal reservoirs. Electrical lines to property. Access from Mailbox Rd and Hwy 87. View Details
0 Flint Circle, Shepherd2.06 Acres. This is a great lot in a quiet subdivision. It sits on a gentle hill at the end of the street. It is already fenced and set up to irrigate with sprinklers. The... View Details   Visit Website
9911 Bison Road, Shepherd1.08 Acres. Nice level lot ready to build on. It already has a cistern, septic, and electric on the lot. The supply irrigation ditch runs along two sides of the lot, and is... View Details   Visit Website
This ranch consists of 3,100+/- acres. plus 640 acres state land. The hand hewn custom log home has a wrap around, multi level deck, heated pool, hot tub and sauna. The home has 3 bedrooms, a loft... View Details   Visit Website
Over 20 excellent irrigated & fenced acres with appx. 18 shares of ditch rights. Property fronts Scandia Road. Very nice neighboring properties. Great views, easy access to Billings & close to... View Details   Visit Website
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